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Re: A Thought About F9 Artwork



Fedora shouldn't change main color! It should only push some freshness and live to the Linux desktop.

2008/1/9, Martin Sourada <martin sourada gmail com >:

On Wed, 2008-01-09 at 17:59 +0100, Valent Turkovic wrote:
> Máirín Duffy wrote:
> > Laith Juwaidah wrote:
> >
> >>>> Perhaps we could adopt a "spring" visual theme for the odd-numbered
> >>>> releases that fall in the spring, and a "fall" visual theme for the
> >>>> even-numbered releases that fall in the, well, fall.
> >>>>
> >> Could it also be that the colors match the season (green for spring releases
> >> and yellow/orange for fall ones?)?
> >>
> >
> > Whenever we try anything that is !blue, we get a whole lot of negative
> > feedback. People like to look at the colors far more symbolically than
> > they should I think.
> >
> > ~m
> >
>
> I don't like opensuse in particular but they have made a break from blue
> in latest release  - now its green, and it looks great! I would love to
> see Fedora !blue for at least one release - it would be refreshing.
>
And confusing. Everyone in the linux world has Fedora associated with
blue colour. If we changed that there would surely be much more people
complaining than accepting the change. I believe everyone had opensuse
asociated with green already, so if they had blue themes before, it was
only a logical step to make it green, IMO.

Martin

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